Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said all arrangements have been made to receive G20 guests in Delhi and Lieutenant Governor V K Saxena is leading the efforts. India will host the G20 summit in Delhi on September 9 and 10 in its capacity as the current president of the grouping. ""All arrangements have been made to receive G 20 guests. All ministers are themselves on the ground,"says Kejriwal.
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Congress leaders, JanaSena Party Chief and other politicians condemned the tragic Odisha Balasore Train Accident. The opposition leaders blamed the Indian Railways under the BJP Government for the three derailed trains and asked the Union Railway Ministry to take proper necessary safety measures for Indian tracks and said railway networking and functioning with safety should be a priority of the Central Government. Meanwhile, a rescue… read-more
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Many of the MLAs and ministers in Haryana joined the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on March 14 in presence of Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain. Jain also added that, "People in Haryana are eager to have AAP in power." Many of the MLAs including Umesh Agarwal who was in the BJP party, Bijendra Singh from Congress, Amandeep Singh Waraich from BJP. These are some of them who joined the AAP party.
Former MP from Congress party Parveen Singh and Congress leader Supriya Aron joined the Samajwadi Party on January 22. The leaders joined the SP in the presence of Party President Akhilesh Yadav in Lucknow. Notably, Assembly elections to the 403 constituencies in Uttar Pardesh will be held in seven phases, starting from February 10. Moreover, the counting of votes will take place on March 10.
Founder of the "₹1 Clinic" in Thane, Dr. Rahul Ghule was discharged from the hospital after being admitted for a suicidal attempt by consuming 30 sleeping pills. The doctor had tweeted that TMC had not paid his bills, and political leaders were further pressuring him to invest in the "Aapla Davakhana" project. A TMC spokesperson said that necessary actions will be taken after probing into the matter.
Courtesy: Hindustan Times